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Tulisa Admits Collagen Fillers Went Too Far: 'I Looked Like Finding Nemo'

But she isn't about to stop having her lips plumped.

05/09/2016 10:41 | Updated 05 September 2016

Tulisa Contostavlos has admitted that she went too far with some of her past cosmetic procedures, claiming they left her ‘looking like Finding Nemo’. 

The former ‘X Factor’ judge appeared on ‘Good Morning Britain’ on Monday (5 September) to promote her new single, ‘Sweet Like Chocolate’, but conversation soon turned to the work she’d had done in recent years.

Speaking to hosts Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan, Tulisa said she had an allergic reaction to some fillers she had injected in her face, that caused it to look puffy and swollen.

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Tulisa appeared on 'Good Morning Britain'

“It was fillers and I had an allergic reaction and I looked like Finding Nemo,” she said. “Well, they were all temporary so they dissolve. I did actually dissolve some myself, but the rest are left to dissolve... apart from my lips, I like keeping my lips.

“My lips obviously you have to maintain but the rest of the time [it’s just] collagen waves which I love and that’s about it.”

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Tulisa had fillers in her face and lips

During her appearance on ‘GMB’, the N-Dubz singer also spoke about her recent drink driving conviction, after she was banned from driving for 15 months, following an incident which saw her collide car with another vehicle outside Southgate tube station in September last year.

“Yes I’ve made a mistake, I openly admit that, I messed up and I’ve paid the price,” she said. 

“I think hard times either bring out the best in you or the worst, and I think I’ve luckily managed to bring out all the positives in myself.”

She added: “Everyone is a product of their own environment and that, I think, that’s actually been the key lesson for me.”

‘Good Morning Britain’ airs weekdays at 6am on ITV. 

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